The implementation of SVG glyphs for OpenType in Firefox is well known. Recently however with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, I noticed that Microsoft Edge 14 also now supports them! Check to see what your browser supports! Unfortunately, there is … Continue reading
The SVG in OpenType final report was adopted by ISO SC29 WG11 as part of Open Font Format (OFF) version 3. The OpenType specification, which has the exact same technical content as the OFF specification, has also been updated to … Continue reading
The original OFF/X proposal was posted by Adam Twardoch on the public-webfonts-wg mailing list, as it was originally thought of as a potential work item for that group. Discussion at TypeCon Portl& indicated a desire for a wider participation (from … Continue reading
This community group was created in record time following a spirited discussion at the WebFonts WG meeting hosted by Typecon 2013, Portland, Oregon.
As a way to experiment with new technologies ahead of their implementation and widespread deployment, shims can show us the future, today. colorfont.js is a shim for HTML pages, which lets you retain semantics and accessibility (no duplicated text strings … Continue reading
I find myself wondering how :target would be handled, in a selectors fragment identifier. Well, I guess it always matches 🙂
Here is an SVG font for emoji, created by Pagefire. This is an SVG 1.1 Full font. It simply has multiple paths, which include gradient fills, for each glyph. Apart from that it is a standard Unicode font (Unicode added … Continue reading
Sairus Patel (Adobe) met with the SVG WG at their Mountain View f2f meeting, hosted by Microsoft, to discuss SVG glyphs in Opentype. Topics of discussion included ways to specify glyphs in an OpenType table,animation, shared resources, timelines, security and … Continue reading